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Trainspotting 2

T2 Trainspotting: Review


Dir. Danny Boyle. UK. 2016. 117 mins.

The Bye Bye Man

'The Bye Bye Man': Review


Dir: Stacy Title. US. 2016. 96mins

Killing Ground

'Killing Ground': Review


Dir/scr. Damien Power. Australia, 2016. 89 mins.

The Great Wall

'The Great Wall': Review


Dir: Zhang Yimou. US/China. 2016. 102mins

The King's Choice

'The King's Choice': Review


Dir. Erik Poppe. Norway. 2016. 130 mins


'Gold': Review


Dir: Stephen Gaghan. US. 2016.

Live By Night

'Live By Night': Review


Dir: Ben Affleck. US. 2016. 129mins

Assassins Creed

'Assassin's Creed': Review


Dir: Justin Kurzel. US. 2016. 115mins

Red Dog: True Blue

‘Red Dog: True Blue’: Review  


Dir. Kriv Stenders. Australia, 2016, 88 mins.


'Passengers': Review


Dir: Morten Tyldum. US. 2016. 116mins

Collateral Beauty

'Collateral Beauty': Review


Dir. David Frankel. US, 2016, 96 mins.

'Rogue One': Review


Dir: Gareth Edwards. US. 2016. 134mins

Charles Gant

Films of the Year 2016: Charles Gant


Charles Gant has been film editor and critic for Heat magazine since its launch, and is a contributing editor to Screen International. He also contributes to Sight & Sound and discusses the industry on Radio 4’s The Film Programme.

Films of the Year 2016: Fionnuala Halligan


Fionnuala is Screen International‘s chief film critic and reviews editor. She has more than 20 years’ experience as a film writer and critic.

tim greierson

Films of the Year 2016: Tim Grierson


Senior US critic for Screen International, Tim has written for the magazine since 2005. Based in Los Angeles, he also contributes to New Republic and Rolling Stone.

Films of the Year 2016: Lisa Nesselson


Lisa is in-house film critic for the English-language channel of 24-hour TV news network France24. After 17 years at Variety, the Paris-based critic began reviewing for Screen International in 2008.

Jonathan Romney

Films of the Year 2016: Jonathan Romney


Jonathan is a long-standing contributor of film reviews to Screen International. He writes for The Observer, Sight & Sound, Film Comment and others, and teaches at the London College of Communications.

Allan Hunter

Films of the Year 2016: Allan Hunter


Allan has worked for Screen International since 1990 as a film critic and features writer. He is based in Edinburgh and is also co-director of Glasgow Film Festival.

Wendy Ide

Films of the Year 2016: Wendy Ide


Wendy joined Screen International in 2015 as a London-based critic. She is also a critic for The Observer and a freelance contributor to publications including Sight & Sound. Previously she was a critic for The Times.

Lee Marshall

Films of the Year 2016: Lee Marshall


Lee has worked for Screen International since 1996 as an Italy-based film critic. He also writes on travel, design and culture for a range of UK, US and Italian publications.